The best or not? All you need to know about interning at Salzburg Global Seminar (challenges & tips)
“Salzburg is about the most beautiful city I’ve ever been to yet!” A riveting and incredible account of an intern’s growth & experiences, by Mirabelle Morah
Watch Surviving Covid-19, an insightful and intriguing documentary produced by Chioma Paul-Dike and Eric Kafui Okyerefo, on how young people around the world including a Covid-19 survivor, are living through the pandemic. Join them as they share their experiences on living and/or thriving through the spread of the virus.
Regardless of the reason why you are going live, it is important that you do it right. Feyi Adanlawo has listed 20 things that will help you connect and communicate effectively with your audience on Instagram.
GiveInternet.org is a powerful and highly impactful fundraising platform where anyone can sponsor Internet access or laptops for high school students in need.
To Africans and the world at large, do not be afraid of failure but rather, be terrified of regrets… Do not be afraid of the word no. But be afraid of the possibility of a yes, because you might decide to quit before the clock strikes.
The British Council in Nigeria on the event of her 75th anniversary in Nigeria thanked writer, storyteller, and BlankPaperz Mirabelle Morah, who was the winner of the Study UK Exhibition 2018 Video Challenge.
Christmas 2019 was a season of joy and love with many organizations across Nigeria and West Africa holding and organizing various charity events. Here are some of the special and impactful events that happened in…
The fight for an equal world is not for a few. I urge us all to do more. None of us is free until all of us are free.
While working with people with special needs, Grace noticed that there were vulnerable groups in her society, with a high percentage of them living in poverty. She mobilized a group to fight with her
After few months of intensive self-training marked by all-night learning and practices, squatting in rooms and sharing computers, I made some progress and I was able to make a poster and some flyers for our concert! And I got my first computer! This was the beginning of an endless passion for the digital world.
I was employed at the age of 19, to some young persons it was a life achievement. I mean what more would any young Nigerian ask for after being employed into the federal civil service at such a young age?
“I am lucky to be alive. Some of my friends died on our way here in 2017. I don’t like to talk about it. It is really hard for me. I want to forget,” Mbaye told Eric. Mbaye and Mornyang are among thousands of undocumented African youth in Europe who are constantly fleeing the economic hardship in their region. Eric Kafui Okyerefo tells the story of their lives. A story of hope and hardship.